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Offline dolly dimples

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Re: MI's
« Reply #90 on: Tuesday 21 April 15 18:53 BST (UK) »
 Hi, have just plucked up courage to beg a look up. If you can still read ;) would much appreciate
  any info on David Henderson Brash bn abt 1845 East Lothian also
    brother Thomas Littlejohn Brash abt 1846. Have loads of later info on them but no  SCOTTISH  birth info.    Sincere thanks for any help,  Dolly
     
Northumberland. Main.Hertfordshire.Brash.Dryden
East Lothian.Brash. Dryden. Cumberland.Henderson.Joyce.
Plymouth.Charlick. Canada.Boulds.

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Re: MI's
« Reply #91 on: Thursday 23 April 15 09:52 BST (UK) »
hi Boston 14

my tree is also on ancestry, surprisingly it is called Sanson, i looked for your tree and could not find it.  my user name on ancestry is lynnbell183. contact me through them and we might find it easier. i have info going back to 1600. Lynn

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Re: MI's
« Reply #92 on: Monday 01 June 15 15:52 BST (UK) »
Looking for burial of Andrew Redpath,died c 1801 died c 1844 in Yester/Gifford and his wife Ann Armstrong and any children.
Thanks for your time !
IRELAND: Algeo,Armstrong,Brick, ,Hendren/Hendron,<br />    Hopkins,Ramage,  <br  ><br />SCOTLAND: Aitchison,Armstrong,Bathgate,Blair,Bruce,Brunton,Clarke/Clerk,<br /> Dickson,Dobson,Dryden,Eaton,Gillie/Gillies Haliburton,  Hogg,Huggan,Kersel,Kidd/Kyd,Laidlaw,Miller,Notman,<br />Peacock, Prentice,Redpath,Richardson, Scobbie,Simson, Spiers/Speirs,Spottiswood,Tinline, Thorburn,Turnbull,Waddel,  Waldie ,Waugh.

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Re: MI's
« Reply #93 on: Thursday 04 June 15 10:36 BST (UK) »
Hi ajjbc,

Just got your post, I will look up MI tonight , but noticed one of your surnames is Algeo, I live in Wigtownshire and we have some Algeo's in the 18th century living here, I was wondering if they might be yours.

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« Reply #94 on: Friday 05 June 15 10:48 BST (UK) »
Hi again,

I have looked on all the East Lothian MI's and can find no trace of your Andrew, I am sorry to be of so little help, I have found a Redpath MI in Innerwick, Spott, Stenton, Whittinghame and Yester but they are mainly wives.  I did find an Alexander Redpath burying his father in 1801 in Spott, but he is not your Andrew , wrong wife, Could he be a brother ?, Will send all the details if you want.  I also checked Dunbar, Dirlington, Westermost parishes, North Berwick and Berwickshire, also no luck.
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« Reply #95 on: Wednesday 21 June 17 12:07 BST (UK) »
I have quite a few records of the Sanson Family on my tree onAncestry if you are interested.

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